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Free Fire

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About this Film

  • Released on 31/03/17
  • Genre Action, Comedy, Drama
  • Cast members Armie Hammer, Brie Larson, Sharlto Copley
  • Running time 91 minutes
  • Directed by Ben Wheatley
  • Language English

‘Free Fire' reveals what happens when two Irishmen try to buy a shipment of guns from a group of arms dealers in 1970s Boston. Spoiler warning: it doesn't end well.

An argument between the two groups quickly escalates, a shot is fired, and soon they're all ducking behind rubble and shooting at everyone else. No one trusts anyone, practically everyone's been shot at least once, and the odds of anyone making it out alive are looking increasingly slim.

An explosively entertaining action comedy from director Ben Wheatley, ‘Free Fire' boasts a cast including Brie Larson, Sharlto Copley, Armie Hammer and Cillian Murphy.

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Reviews & Ratings

Reviews in the press

4 Stars
“ Seriously cool, stuffed with great dialogue and riddled with bullets ”

4 Stars
“ Packed with wide collars, punchy visuals and explosive dialogue ”

4 Stars
“ A dazzling cast assemble for Ben Wheatley's blistering, bullets-flying action movie ”

Summary of customer ratings

(UK & Ireland)

Dont waste Money

Reviewer: Martyn 2Date: 2017-04-06

I did not get the point of the film, there were a few smiles, bit it was just people shooting at each other (the problem was they missed and the film dragged on for 91 mins), if they had have killed each other then we would have been out in 8 mins !


Reviewer: TreguardDate: 2017-04-05

It won't be everyone's cup of tea. With Ben Wheatley, you'll love his movies or hate them. Just bear in mind that this is taking the mick out of itself and is MEANT to be somewhat cartoony with hyper real characters. Unless I misunderstood!! :D

Gun grimes

Reviewer: BillybonesDate: 2017-04-04

What a remarkably unfunny unhilarious film. Would be more fun if the audience were all given toy guns to shoot at every one else. Sorry, but I missed the point in spending so much in making such a movie. Waste of time and ticket money. Sorry.

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